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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J I 1 Xl i j rHE HAZEL OREEN HERALD 11 S iEetablishodMarsh 41885 Made Famous in limo Story of Jonathan earl Hle OonUnont by MaxORel1 r I IiSIXTrNTIII YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1000 NUMBER Ij a 0 I I I r The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 Alwny IEIl In spaY G=ROBINSOPT 11DEATIYVILLE4 KY r i General Salesman 101 j M HUGHES CO I It Itn LOUIdVILLE KY Mnnutacturern of HlghGrado 1i11 g 1J1 01101 Solicits orders from the merchants of the j mountains lull juiriiiitceM MttUfnctioii A wall order will receive prompt attunttun i pATON S WARFIELD o J nbRIJL AHTl C OI f+ u I HAZRL GREEN KY- Hnir titling Slmvlnjr SlminponiiiK Ac ij In the Intst Ktylu Shop open Vdnugday and Saturday only for the present KE EkrllllJI lloa Ky j y 1itl1UsIN- THGUCCENHE4MER Co a LYNCH UlTItO VA- r Importers and Joliliurs of Dry ends No tlons red laueynods Wc iiinnnfnctiirc the well known ItHATSA LL 1ants and ik Overalls Holt your orders until you see him ol cooaaooooaooootooooooootoooooQ- n A KAKII W n Iill i J f KASH ttorne HAZEL CREEN z 1811II tP Practice In vnurlH of n Jlvc sjicclnl nttcntlun to collections L ooo ooo I WF BAKER Ilrn4qunrters nurliinirvlllc Ky k i UFIlilSKNTINO RicQaraSOQ llros SnoB GO Nnshvillorronnt Mnniifiuturvrs mid Jobbers of STAPLB f and ItSTOM SHOES carricN n full lint of Mimjilis nnd Holicit your trade 8 ly- i I JU M C KASI- IPHYSICIAN il I AND SURGEON OHico at Day Moos IIAXKL GKKKX KY Will answer calllIar or night Sur gory obstetrics awl lUomvs of foninlcn n specialty Ivcops u supply of mudiciiiCH J W CKAVKN WM L KASII CRAVEN 5 KASH WNaYLwrV J I1AEi GRLEN KY Me hive n nIce llienrnu mist full stock oj COFIINSnudI CASKETS on land nt nil times which will hu sold on the must rea N wimble terms Mr VilIiu Knsh will act as funeral direc tor and furnish coma rind lienrss upon re quest Soliciting tho public tmtrnnnKr we nre L WMCftfully etc CItAVKN A KASH JOHH BURNS ADAMS Silvers itfi and Jeweler i LEE CITY KY VVVVV VV iII Clocks Wntche and Jlnrelryof CU8mnjottol day COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0WyTo Insure Insertion AUcorresV byltunday 1 Ithat ncnrby on Monday mornna I Our correspondents derelict In duty andwo want to any that henceforth they will not receive papers except for tho week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for tho news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to Rrcat inconvenience = TOLIVER TOPICS Hurrah I for tho hazel Grcon Aciulomy Mm 0 W McNnbb visited in MnytownI Sunday Mrs Garland Donis is visiting hor puriiits this week Mrs W A Oldfiold is reported to bo wry ill nt this writing Several from this aido uttondod tho annual mooting Sunday Yo Hcribo inado n flying trip to Ilnzol Green ono tiny lust wook Miss Carrio Swnngo spout Sun day night with Mollio McNnbb Making sorghum and digging 8voot potatoes is the ordor of tilt day Mrs Anthony Low is on tho sick list nIsI tho infant child of Jl K Howling Roy John Marker of Stillwntor took dinner at r B McXabbs juwlay Shinor comes up bluing this week j specie hes gone to More hondo J J Cntron has just roturnod from Illinois and is well pleased with tho countryand with his family will soon move thoro Services woro conductod Sunday morning nt this place by Rev John Marker and in tho evening by Rov JJarnio BlnnkolJ hip Miss Lou Ward had tho pleasure of attending the wedding of Kolloy Nickoll1 rind blissI Mary Koao Sun day and reports a fine timu Dr A J Stuart and wife of Richmondworo tho pleasant gmsts of A B Swnngo Thursday night They wore boarders at till Spring ut tho time Mr Swango run it and had patronized thorn two years and remained quito a while each Hiimmor You can immngino how glad tJllYworu to soo thom and welcome them in their homo Como again Mr and Mrs Stuart you will always receive n hearty wel come Sept 17 SOUIIIKMOX- SWANOO SPRINGS SAYINGS Mrs KK Tike and children of Hazel Green spent Sunday with Mrs II 11 Swango Barman Swango loft Monday for Oampton whore ho will servo us n petit juryman Wo want to thank tho Corr- eiilt for tho good advise WO 9vl JliUll I Bnbndl neoded Do lot us hoar for wo needagain soonfrom you it so often when wo dont get it Harrison nyof Salyorsvillo tarp Leo Mnyof West Liberty woro visiting their Hstor Mrs h A Craft Saturday Laufortl Craft nftor n recrea tion of tvo weeks returned to tho duties of his school nt Index Sun day Quito n crowd from this place nt tondod tho annual mooting at tho Old Grassy church and of course report n largo crowd and enjoyable time Messrs Harrison Trigfi huffi- arlowi of Nicholas county Stout sf Fleming Shophord and wife rf Loxington A H Stnwnrt and vifo of Richmond and Mrs M Ii Stafford of Mason county nro the guests nt tho Springs for this rookSopt17 UNO rM 1 nti f 3 SUNNY BIDEMoody Lacy took in tho nnnunl mooting nt Old Grnssy Sunday Arbury Brooks who has boon in I Monofoo county some weoks cnmo homo for tho convention last week Mrs J A Taulboo and children wore visiting Ellis Johnson and family of Lacy crook Saturday and SuudnII Noah Cisco nn excellent tonchor of tho Hnzol Green academy was around tho first part of Inst Wed drumming for tho school and woI thiuk his effort will Provo n Hue COBB While in town Saturday wo had tho good pleasure of mooting MrsI Nnunio Cravens of McCausey Wo woro delighted to see hor for Mlle is both kind and sociable nod thntI suits us oxnctly- Charley and Alonzo Craft have been foddering in this section and they say that tho corn is fino and n little tat finer j and tilt molnsHos patch has como out and looks hothI peart and swootIRobert Brooks who has bonnI down about Lexington for Homo time returned homo last weok for tho purpose of casting his votoI aunt wo gauss ho will Trimblo around awhile hoforo ho returns Cnllio Onoy who huts linen visit ing her sunny side homo loft in company with with Miss Lulu Taulboo and a Mr Mooro for Brenthtt county Sundayand while on their way took dinner at San H Hursts of Frozen crook Wo havent got any moro shako ntorya in store but could give Lizabeth Ann tho romancn of 1I opossum if it was not so lung plow would you like to poke fun at u story of that kind II 12 Onoy came homo Friday to bo hero nt tho convention Sat urday and whilo in town ho bought his mother ono of the nicest par lor lamps that it has been our lot to BOO for lo thoso many days Sho was on till sick list and feel ing sad but the sight of tho lamp caused n pleasing smile to como nil over her face and tho rust of tho family caught it Sept 18 StHIK SUNIIIJAM MORCAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES C C Lyons of Fronohburg WitH- in town Saturday and Sunday rust Misaos Lizzie and Annie Hylton yore visiting relatives in town 11BtI jaturday Robert Snllynf Monofoo was Uio guest of Georgo and Lou NiCkoll last Saturday night A number of tho people from I his place attended Limo annual mooting tit Roses chappol last Sun lay and report as leaving an cn oyablo time Louis Hylton It A ChilderB lull wifolEstill Clark Millard llichio Willio Guilders and Lonix Swnngo All loft for Mt Sterling jourt last wook and will take in tho show at thnt place Yo scribe hnd tho plonsuro of xttonding a bonn hulling nt tho homo of Mr and Mrs Doc Kiwli ast Saturday night Quito n crowd of tho young pooplo woro prosont ind to say wo enjoyed ourselves would ho putting it lightly On Friday night Inst Miss Arta IIDyo celebrated her BILK birth lay by inviting quito n number of hor young friends all about hor size and ago j HO injoyed time march nUll the guests woro received with music All enjoyed themselves until n Into hour when refreshments woro served thou they repaired to tho parlor and the song God bo With You was sung eel plnyed on tho orgnn by Miss Mnud Blaok yell and after many good wishes nud hopes of hor enjoying mnny moro happy birthdays thoy loft for their homos To those who brought presents she returns her mnny thanks nnd would liko toI make mention of all but space forbids Sept 17 LEOLESK f II 5 ff MIZE MITES Jnok frost culled on us last night Andrew OldHold Kolly Perry and S S OldUold hiivo gone to Mt Sterling to take in tho circus Married on last Sunday nt tilt residence of Win Yocum Mist NurphyRevMarried Sept 10th at Limo rosi donee of the bride Miss MnrIRose to Kelly Niokoll Prof Win H Cord officiating J W Cecil whilo cutting in some very tall corn lust week se looted ono stalk thnt monsured 1C foot 10 inches nUll the oar 12 in J L Oldfiold returned from Illi nois Saturday Jo Leo thinks there is no place like Old Kain tuck nnd no girls to compare with our mountain beauties one in particular The nnnunl mooting nt thisI placo was quito n success Tho largest crowd on Sunday that hits assembled in Morgan county for a number of years Such gatherings are n grout source of enjoyment to our mountain pooplo- Tho primary in your county Mr Editor didnt go to suit ua at all Yo scribe had some close relatives and some very dear friends that wo woro truly sorry to hour of being defeated Life is made up of disappointments Sept 18 OAIIFAX CONSOLATION CHAT Quito a crowd from this placo attended meeting at Old Grassy Sunday John Wallace and wife visited till family of It M1 CecilI on Still water Saturday Dr Ova Swango and wifo passed through Consolation Sunday on route homo from Limo annual- MissosNannioandSarahI Linkous of Stillwuter woro visiting in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday Volnoy Oldfiold wns soon on this side Sunday Ho HOOIIIH to think the timo isIILong those days lLigo Blankenship thinks tho Rose tho prettiest flower thnt blooms and ho says most of thorn are on Lacy crook Charley and Lonzo Craft woro soon going through Consolation Saturday Lour the Byrd failed to fly ovor this timo MrsI Andy BlankoiiHhip ia still very ill but her attending physi drum Dr Gevedon thinks ho nun bring her through nil right by prop er nursing Sept 17 EINNIM II G Robinson ropros jiting R M Hughes it Co innnufacturorH of cider und vinegar Louisville Kywets at till Day House Tues day night Mr Robinsons head quarters aro at Jieattyvillo nUll as ho is general salesman for the firm it will bo well for our merchants Wthisonlythnteverything ho sells of which his apple vinegar in a lender pure and unadultorntod Send him n trial ordor and you will continue to deal with him has boon time experience of till who have tried him Every discriminating person will lay that Tho Biggie nooks contain a greater amount of condensed common JHOIIBO well arranged in formation than any hooks they hnvo seen relating to those import tot branches of farm industry Tho price of ouch is ro cools by mail nddrosfl time publishers Wil nor Atkinson Co Philadelphia Mrs JofTHnulsoyof Limo Murphy fork was tnknn suddenly ill on Tuesday morning nut Olny Mur phy cnmo hero to telephone hor htiBbtind who wnsnt the Mt Sterl ing court with cattle Copies of thl paper hofuuod on nl at the office of our Woihlngton corrcloni rent K 0 Bleuon 018 F Utrvut N WWI Ington C i e- V3i IJiI- ii r Proiperlty Is Created by PItII- n t Keie y OlroalRlloa Tho history of tho world toachea that in nil periods when money reigned1Sbon provanode Augustus ancient Route had fl 000000000 This money created the famous lavish Augustan Pctriod II but whon the money was rOe duced liundrod of years Inter to nbout lUO000000or oneeleventh nnrtit resulted in tho Dark Ages i When Spain and Portugal found InrgoJyimlQrtod trios nnd other European countries to omongo from tho Dnrk Ages and to enjoy nbundnnco At tho Waterloo marled when tho blank of England suspended specie pay moats nnd lpaper money was freely r ciroulntfldIfoRpority domonotizod abounded in Britain in 1810 nud paper money was called in distressing times woro inaugurated After 1848 whom gold began to ho poured into Groat Britain and other European J nations from Australia nod California it oxurtod gront beneficial results creating prosperous times and contentment winch was con trary to nearly nil predictions thoy foreboding adverse results During the civil war largo quan y Lilies of government paper mMioy worn circulated This notwith standing its depreciation by onpi tnlists created much prosperity but whet this pnpor money was largely lessened groat distress pro vailed from IbTli for many yonra Itl xplJrilnc is a dear school hutf- oolH will learn in no other Lotus hop that the eoplo will open their oyos bncomo wiser nnd de mound incroiiKod1 money circula lion Farm Journal is tho loading farm paper of tho country Its editor wan raised at the plow handles rend knows what ho istallctng nbout Wo have an arrangement with tho Farm Journal bywhich wo cnn send it for imnrly fi years ro nutndor of 1000 nil of 1001 1002 lOOUand 1001 to every onowho will subscribe for Jugs HKIIAM both papers nt tho price of ours only 05 cents TO TIIK nrArf A nick Indy cured of her lonfncMjqnd nolTcH In the bead by Dr NIclmlSbnH Artificial IICitr UriniiH giivo 10000 td bin IriHtiuitc no that dent pooplo unable to procure the Knr Drum nmy Imvo thorn free Address No HMO Tho Nlcholnon Iii tltutc7SOKIghlli Avenue NcwYoilc i 1ly y CAVEATS TRADE MARKS OOPYRICHTS AND DEIIONA Hrnilynnrl niUiriiitlrrcttoWnitiinirtoa nvn tlnio COlt lee better errlc VT oetti d x to o i runt offlM nnM7udaatla naa Atlyl t aot ea uW ya- II oor14 re0MALATT171Tte ACTUAL r2Laltror akflow QITCf1UISW Uat 0tH tied ayulal nottiaethN illlArft 1 tile AGEIllluUtMEGSICeEIISLatoolOAknort W C t vIFtiwv ++ ti+ t TRAcflaKI f PATENTS AND OBTAINED COPVIUOH FRENoticeChargemoiirrotaNorentiilpntentLuecuridIAtlnraatrictlr E O3IOOEH8PalontLa nWahlneloa + e Y Yt SPUING 1000 Trees Plants fin s Sr7heI Fruit and Ornamental Troii Grape YineK 8 r wborry plaiiU AgrigirJlhnbarb null goods ordinarily fyvM 4Jsuch rltaillhunnnt OenerAI NffiI81 Strawberry ialalogiie to be mid oU sf 1 0 iUon l II F IIILLEhKl1YkTelephonel 27P IaxIN d 0f 1 t 7 7r ke 11xt r1 i t- I i n- t to i 1I1 t Ar j 4O Jk l H Ml 4a 1w1wail rJ a- T i a l =LI FHEIP- ENOE1t mERAIt COOPER Editor J i HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Soptombor 20 1900 I DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOil PltKBIDKNT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nobrnsku FOR VIOK IUKSIDKNT ADLAI K STEVENSON of Illinois FOR OOVKKNOIl J 0 W BECKHAMof County FOR co omISIJ BANFORD WHITE of Eatill County THE primary nloclion hold on Saturday last to noniinnto domoI oratio oandidatou for tho variouH county oflicoH passed oil quiotlrII but waR withal exciting in that tho friends of Iho sovoral candi dates worked liko Trojans and thoro was lots of trading done Some candidates who xpoctOIII largo vote at certain precincts owII ing to tho swapping that was done woro hardly represented Tho elec tiou does not como off until NoI vonihur 1001 and tho many changes that may tnko plnco in j that time can not bo forotold Wo append tho voflult bolow FOR COUNTY JUDOK Congloton T 0 1 Center CM 8- Conglotonfl majority 57 COUNTY GIKHK Tutt A fiB CarrollI J aI runs majority 13 COUNTY ATTOHXKY FulkRI Ins Dun 3W Fulks majority 105- enfiRTFF Stamper Cf 0 Bush 305- Btnrtipcrainajdflty I a 285 ASSEseou i Hobbs BS4 Cruoy 181 Wilson 105 I Rose 200 Cats 1i J8 u- llobbs majority 124 SUrFIU TFNm Tii Taulboo I I 027 Kaeh 880- Tftulboos mnJoflt tnJAILKU Combs 1 185- Tylor 281 Byrd 118 Browor 05 1 Little 800II r Littlos majority M l WfiEN Mark llanna declares ho I will make no apooohos during 1 campaign ho is evidently thinking tfII that ono fool in tho family is enough f =5=====fc CARL SonvniK1 last letter to Soc 17 raUry Gage Uonla iu tho don r b T l101al it tho record of dlyII H HMint tacreUry of the trcaiury I I i 1 itt n i1ta11e1edI Jii ONE reason tho Filipino keeps up tho warfare in tho Philippines perhaps is tho fear that in time tho United States will make pau pers and drunkards of the native inhabitants It is indeed a fad commentary upon the claims to civilization sot up by tho Amcrii cans to see tho streets of Manila thronged with drunken Americans whereas such a thing as drunkon ness was unknown in Manila prior to tho advent of American troops In that city wore three saloons 1 whore only sort nonintoxicating drinks were dispensed when tho Americans took possession und1 now thoro are 400 saloons whore hells lire itself is sold and Ameri cnn citizens and soldiers are tho patrons Ono lieutenant ofour army writing upon tho disgrace that lias thus followed our llnr says that finding it impossible to train his men that thoiRoula might bo saved determined so fur J as ho could to send them to hellh sober but finding that those high in authority countenanced those cradles of crime ho had abandon od even that hopo Mu BUYAX candidate for presi dent is ono of tho hardest work ingmon in tho universe and ono of tho most untiring IIo started at Springfield Mo on Monday morn ing Iby making a speech to tho citizens of that place and before breakfast had delivered two others ono at Aurora and tho other at T Monott JJosido being a strictly tempera to man hodoos not smoke chow or drink anything stronger than coflee ho is very regular in his habits Hence his wonderfulI endurance Ho delivers from threo to five spoochoH every day sloolslilmparty defeat such a man No in dood ami you will soo that THE HKIIAU tolls you truly when you read tho returns in November THE storm at Galvoston Texas lost week was one of tho most dis astrous in tho history of this country Over 8000 lives wore lost and property to tho value of sovoral millions of dollars was de while hundreds of people woro rodered homeless And many other places along tho const of the Gulf of Mexico tho storm lit soJJ rious damage to life and property ClMAIUCg GagoJ dont stop writing letters and Toddy shooting his mouth off so muchund if they dont desist ho will have to put muzzols I on thom for thoy nro hurting lug Little Willies chances 11 ij It ADLAI ESTEVEXBOX who by tho way never shot a man in tho back or busted a broncho is drawing greater crowds to listen to his sober words of wisdom than nil tho rod lights tin horns and rough riders arc drawing for Teddy tho Stren t I JUt IIowAiin is on trial at Frank fort for tho murder of Governor Goobol and some sensational ovi donco has boon offered by John Jones and Jim Stubblofield two witnesses for tho commonwealth THE painless extraction of sun shine from cucumbers doesnt com pare with tho halcyon tnskof squeezing McKinloy joy out of tho Vermont and Maino returns +AnnouncmnTS + 10gar nlrtollntntiOht Dlxtrlrt anLOWlljof Morgan county in iicawllilnto for llejirc Bcatntiva to tho Legislature for Morgan nut I Wolfe counties subject to the action of tho Democratic party I I teltlornteattfertAinlHee d IaImi1Fry WJaltLuoro lidI t Jr fz A + t Fine Farml rPot0 HavhiK dctoraiiticd to locate nt nn other punt I osier for sale nt private contract my farm near water Morgan county Ky containing 8 acpe8 II 10 acres of which is timber land of goodI quality On tiio place is n modern broom rosi dencu and all ache ary outbuildings i n rover falling wellof lino water i n store 1room 1 Ix9t1 feet with hill length ware room lout side AN of 40 Young Troos s represcntinj several varieties of fruit is now in bcaiug null a source of revenue A Church and School neighborbnodI sobriety etc 8100000 WILL BUY IT I told the terms bo mantle to suit any reasonable purchnscr F M JO1 Nor G SlENUKR ROOPEK Hazel ireeii lKy WiIITAR9 i ONLY WHITE TAR SOAP IN THE WORLD WhitnrPp Ira IUrIIuntlI purl I 1dlptr1t Nc itrl4theoKl black tar- ivivMlucvcry way It contnliu nil t11e hldtin C- lllIlnrllllcfI l proportlc of I the Mack tar JxUenareIt soils neither towel nor watli bowl for Its lather 1Is mow u liite It lathtTS In Hani or soft water far more pergl of efuaiue It tontainn much more nlycerlne than other soaps an J thi locethcr with Its soft thick latin r tLetreatmeltRIIIc1 cnse Idlll1 ilaimrtilT scald head fall tog hair etc Whltar IIs highly rrcommcmldt rliyslclins rccnnimcnil It fur tables baths and itt ctv of chafe ur heat rash the swap Iis peculiarly cfiicacloutAiit your dealer foltM- ANUFACTUJlCD DY f 3LINTOtJ SOAP eftCLINTON IOWA 1intdt fit iIE8tlt WINCH KSTKU KY V H WlTHEUSlOON President U D HUNTKK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 3000000This hank solieltH the accounts of mer farmer trader fwd butiincRS loco throughout Jon lcru Kentucky nullthej egitiutntc bnukiaC octl8lv Nazel Green NoademgU 0II l Normal Pffiparatoiy School o Ji i II K Fifteenth Session o fII iHAXKL GREEN ACA1- WMV wilt hegira on h Tuesday Sept llth 1900 j ICIRrtlllclIlsIII I Win 1L Con ns principal nUll a full coups ot roiupetciit assist IrIt RIIIII will insure the continued b MICOCSS of this well known innti il plrilticllltWM 111 conn IrI 0 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS I COPYRIGHTS etC matquIckI AntnnltmlI ttontlntItlUrtnualenuItcmtroCelrlpretulScientific Jlttt rlcanie IatrntrinenlaltonI I kTaraeikDrancbO 11At o axy1- 1 THE LEAPINg CLOTHING HOU r F 1 E TUO V 1 I i llLOUIS1 I E LJ GJ4JN 1 PRICESIDI 4 OO Wortb of Fille CI0tlli AT THE OLD PRICES IIyouII Beautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 g500iIChildrensI 0 11 will save you 40 per cent Largest in the state storeyourt rLOUIS GUS STRAUS KYLtPromptly va m a a11S prinand ummer Opening or lose eompanys ew tine of jampes youcanJuornntec FirmofofMlrrllllllStales We can show UnitedIlice of their KIXMH und TheilefubrlcRqunlItIHtportatlotlsnull creattonstprtceacan get a garment now with the 1llulul8fUkc Your Selection Early i SOLE AONTiDAMPLCD DISPLAYED DY T e yr Ii HAEL GREEN KYtt NMItNt M rT i- DlUrrly QUINN S OINTMENT + FOR HORSES rastandstroublesnsterrors for n horse if the Cuttsllinllpuffx 111illt1Hunches hae SJntnstcr keeps andwell known horsemen otlt applies Quiuitx Ointment All f ternsIllllerlliltdtalliankllnYseMglnetRtDDIIIMtAfrntlety lIYanrllrr1 huerutty rvcllluuodit W our Irieud Fur Curb hIITO It tlnll II chili tPtt tt b Price l5o Smaller size Spant9 xlttu lor Ilnnchr It tlnq Civet IEiWt11 iGIsI T r N Y Mll J 1ImJt 7 111 1 frI r I 1 SttlO I have just received tho finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS 9 SHOES S 3 r er therecentnm ropnrcd to 8U0 nl customors mOlloyonovory purch8su they mnlco cxnuungmy aworlilthat the shoomnkor n bounty and to the touch makes aDO f JRot hold of the bid lovo stockRespectfully JOHN M ROSE ry F lry x p TII T7TffoP Pills i Arc prepared from Na- turesI mild laxatives and I x while gentle are reliablev and efficient They Rouse ilie LiwF Cure Sick Headache Bil iousness Sour Stomach Y and Constipation Sold everywhere 250 per box Prepared by OIlIood CoLoTollMas3 = t4 THE HERALD A FARM JOURNAL From now to Doo 1003 great Noarly 5 Yonrs Dyspocinl nrrnngomont nand with the puulishors of tho FAUS JOUR iAI wo are unnblod to offo that paper to every subscriber win pays for THE HERALD ono you ahead for only 100 both paper for tho prico of ours only jour pa per ono year and tho FAHM JOUR NAT from now until Docombo 1903 nearly 5 yours Tho PAID JOURNAL is an old established pa per enjoying groat popularity our of tho bust nnd most useful farm papers published This offnr should ho accepted without delay Topic for Bonnon on Sunday night at tho Chistinn church is An Estimate of Lifo Sam Wilson tho boss painter loft on Monday for Frenchburg tojiiiish up his work thoro Tho National Conventions 1I the tho churches of Christ will br hold in Kansas City October 11 18th Leo Cnskoy last week sold t lol Mort Pieralt of the Murphy fork a pair of 10 hated mules for 175 cnsh Tim Hazel Green acmlomycT3 flourishing and a larger attend ance this session than over before since its history Wm IT Cord unitod in mar ringo R K Nickoll and Miss Mary Rose at tho brides homo on Sunday morning last Tho Demouatio primaries in this county which was hold on Saturday last passed off wary qui otly and a largo voto polled INDIGESTION resulting from I weakness of tIho utomndi in relieved by Hoods Sarsaparilla tthe great rtolll itch tonic and euro for DYSPEPSIA Regular services nt tho Christian church on Sunday morning and1 night Evoryhody has n cordial welcome to attend both services A largo crowd from hazel Green Sad vicinity attended tho annual mooting Sunday of tho Christian denomination at Old Grassy Crook church The wells about town aro going dry on account of tho drought and many of our town people have got to go to tho river to do their washing Remember that tho annual of ferings for Church Extension and Ministerial Roliof will bo taken nt tho Christian church on Sunday morning Lot each member of tho church have apart in this good work 1i Duly Food Man nnd Stood Feed your nerves nlso If you would hMo then itronur Blood mode pure and rich by hoods Sartnparllln U the only truo nerve toad Ho sure to let Hoods It never disappoints Moods Pills cure constipation IrkcZSc u IG trr iW JLktr LYON JR jf Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Oacci t BcattyvJHo and Jackson r 2n1 The No2D303013fromI Campion has hoer lenvinglorl inriveslonvQBOnmpton ntIInzolS GeorgeByrd doliveredpost Mandn postmaster latoinandinno order to correspond with tho ordor sent tho Hazel Green postmaster butdllprotostIIIr doOlrtI1111ltho duty of notifying thojpnmplon nnd Torrent postmasters of tho change and unless tho matter is straightened out the patrons of the posloflico hero are likely to suffer Later Since tho above was put in typo tho mail has boon coming promptly every evening and will prove a groat convenience to our citizens Mrs Mifkin will bo nt tIll Old Maids Convention Saturday night with her wonderful rejuvenating machine and old maids of Hazel Greon should attend tho perform ance nt the academy hnvo thoir maidin youth nnd beauty restored P i I XCOTP8 Y if ULSIONj is a food medicine for the J V baby that is thin and note J well nourished and for the g V mother whose milk does v J not nourish the baby J 11I It is equally good for the y I boy or girl who is thin and y 1tf pale and not well nourished y IIan U V JandIn fact for all conditions V w of wasting it is the food g fcf medicine that will nourish V and build up the body and- y g give new life andenergy v J when all other means fail Jf 5 Should be taken In summer as well as winter HJruggUttS Vw Yorktf P K P Nickoll sr Mrs Mary fickoll Misses Julia Nickoll Kit tio Mnhonoy Maggie MahMioy ilossom Mahoney Kolso P Nick 011 ji1 and Ida Nickoll all of Jhoyonno Wyoming accompanied by llttrlan Nickoll were guests of tho Dny House on lust Thursday light noel loft next morning for tho homo of tho last named gun loman whoro theywill visit in efiuitoly Kelso Nickoll who was I aisod in Morgan county loft hero noro than 20 years ago and with tho exception of n visit ho made lore last fnll has never soon his mtivo land Ho is located in Wy omingwhoro ho owns a ranch ands prosperously raising ClltUo Rhoop- Ilnd horses This year ho told us ho is devoting principally to sheep hough ho huts about 100 head of jorws on his ranch The Coney tunnel which will ho 750 foot through is more than half ompletctl 150 foot of It ha ing boon completed up to Wednesday ivoning lust Rails havo been laid from tho Ltip E junction to Obo Roberts on tho Kentucky rivor lulli trains arc now hauling rails pikes etc as fast as tracklayers in put tlum down Tho bridge irons will soon ho hauled and that trucluro onco completed tho finishing of the road 10 n O1nttor of dulya few months timo which the state of thowill dopond upon voathor Daniel James and wifo of Hit lois nro expected hero within tho icxt few days for a visit of two or hroo months in search of health tfr James formerly lived in this county but hrs boon a citizen of Illinois for several years I Il TWO JKWKU il ItY BAM WlliOJt f flAI fl Jet stirring words hall ever lava At long as ages roll i No tnftltcr lit what oil mo we roast j painIts car A sweet incloillous strait rAllorllr I Its mothers dearest joy ami jirlilu It ia her world aloud I wlnh koine author of tho day Komnttcr tnnn or lady IIWhntI II Louiavlllo Ilorso ShowII Tho L uisvillo be hold October 1510th inclusive and judging from the appearance of tho prizo listt a of which wo have just received cOIn show will Kentuckynit prontittmstoKentucky has never had a real in door horso show and tho metropolis of the state now promises to make up for lost opportunities hightouoti j in its bust dress and altogether itI will ho thocitys biggest fall event Tho railroads will all grant low rates for both people and horses und enormous crowds aro expected j to attend the five exhibitions Tho Louisvillo llorso Show As sociation was organized July nth under thu most auspicious circum stances It has a membership of more than 100 of Louisvilles most prominent citizens It hits purchased tho Confederate Kounion Hall and is converting it into a big horse show building with an arena 225 feet lung and a seating capacity of hero than 5000 Tho horse show will bo an an nual affair and will no doubt grol1tI IyI stimulate tho horse brooding in terest of tho state Kentucky horsemen are vory onthusiaBtic over the comingi show tad they will outer a great many horses flwI state is cooperating hoartly with tho big oily and tho rstshow gives gory promise of being a distinct slice 88 I- 11lieu our unit about town came into tho oflico with tho and tho sweat pouring out of him tired and unsty11111 threw himself into his easy chair and said ho 11111I traveled all over tho town to got tho news i hut ho could not find as much as a two lino itnm it took the wind out of tho devil and this is the resultho foil in tho soup JooCatronof the Chapel brnnchtt who has been in Illinois prospoct j ing for tho past fow wok return ed homo Friday last and is JUnkI ing his arrangements to move to tho Suckor Stole Ho will not buy just at present but content himself with renting for tho coming year and until ho can see his way clear Docroot it Gill on Tuesday added to thoir forco of hands at the tunnel 60 negroes anti ore pushing tho work in tho tunnol and on the grade Biirniu Finch who is run ning two carts and a car says business just now is quito livoly on tho railroad- Iaton Warfiold a barber has opened a shop in Hazel Green and solicits tho patronage of tho peo plo generally and the traveling public in particular At present ho only runs tho shop on Wednes day and Saturday Thoro are two cases of chicken pox on tho railroad at tho Canny tunnel a negro tutu and woman Dr Whitakor lists tho cases in charge Elder Henry Adams will begin his evangelical work in tho West Liberty district on Friday boforo tho fifth Sunday in September Jim Pros Power representing Hutsinpillorit Sheridan Irontou Ohio wasa guest of the Day House Tuesday t Y C 7 Ir1 2 o J = a I M= = = = == i =oA i il laROBINSON HC ttBEATTYVILLEI KY aGENERAL SALESMAN FOR n I nUGlUES t QOJ MANUFACTURERS OFtf111 WLOUISVILLE KY 111Solioitsi your trade and ull order by mull will receive hisiii iiprompt attention nnd render yon entire sntisfnotionj JOB iiiiV rit I NT111 Q pA ENVELOPES f NOTEHEADStBILLHEADS inLETTERHEADS i SALEBILLS PROGRAMS CIRCULARS f CATALOGSSMINUTESn 1 i c BLC S fct We have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 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Ointment which will remove tho obstacle i tf S I fc Yea 1 I i r rfr rr has for many years boon tho loading journal of tho south nudYsouthwest made by farm ors for farmers Its llama t by over for homo V = llobcrt Kwh lIn ngont for the Iloteji Steam Laundry of Mt8lcrllng antI 1jls tend Ilia basket ovary two weeks Shirt J collar cufls etc laundered in the beett- dyrolr JS x 4l gfa Fon SALEA scholarship Commercial College of X Ji Uiiiyoraily Bv oaths iji at this office eomQyouu f IffJ8IlI j Bftvo several dollar I sat l HERALD ci r I v 1 stl ww r J oJ4kI 1 fir TF j STAND MR YERKES J And Answerthe Following Twentytwo Questions At Which Tlmo tho People of Kentnoky Are Prepared to Propound Yet Others for Your Word +4 t If you nrc denied governor will you before tho trial of nny of thin persons now indicted for tong ncceinory III tho murd of OoV Gooliel pardon any of them I a 2 If they are convicted after trial will you then omen t117of them 3 If Taylor nndi Finley nro still fugitives will you issue it requisition for their appr lietuion IrI Do you approve the coiuliict of OoV Mount of Itidlnnn in refusing to honor tl VttquNttloiiof Joy Huckhnm for the arrest ofl Taylor and Flnley 6 Jlnve you over In puhlfo or private nonI venation condenuicd tho luaii iiiutlon ofi babel except upon tho ground that it might injure the republican party 0 Were you present at tho xecret Onlt HOUIO convention of rcpuldicniiN In Iouln villa on thu night following the ColsonSeott tragedy at Frankfort P i If you answer yes to tho lintI question M you undoubtedly must anmver then you will ho further naked If you advocated approved u proposition to bring thu mow tnln fciiillstN to Fmnklott to murder or overawe lueliel or tho lixlidntiire 8 If you aiiNwcr you do not thou you will be asked why you dill nut as n dear lover of civil libertythat fame iiweet civil liberty your platform and adiiiip or Htor1 prate HO much about why you didi tint ns a lover of liberty nod law uxposu this damnable plot 1lIrllllllIII1I1 We trait you will not endearor to excuse your pelf alt the ground tout you were In another purl of thu large room nod that you wore ntlliotvd with tho name sort nf litmlng thatt f fHiikud Mr Illalno to mixiiiitlfrxtanil Bro Hiirohard nnd that your imperfect under hUndiiig was that thu eaaarstnt were to be brought only to protect the civil libcrtlctt of everybody and not fur murder 0 Do you approve the net of Taylor inI rcliining to allow tits civil iiutlioritii toi KMiroli the executive building for the murd ertrt of loobel III IIn you approve Taylors nct In driving the luriiilifi n oftlio legislature nun the State llonsu with tjoltlitirti 11 Do you apjiroyu Ills net in drvlngtlie luglhlatnre at the point ot the bayonet from the court house and other public places In Frankfort wlun It endeavored to as- Utllljlt I Do you approve lilt eel in ordering bin MiHii rM ttt chtmt the members of the legit hit iire through tho streets of Frankfort t lt Dti you approve lilt net in iiiarleilng vilIoIlrllllllllltlllllllIcllt of inouiitalneerM in the pulillo buildings nt FrankfortI with i enters to thorn to allow no one accost to them without pits from him or the adju tant K neral 1 I Do you approve his act in driving the Julit of the Court of Appeals trom Frank Curt by coiiViirtlng tho Malti oapital tutu military barnioka 15 l o you approve his net in roasting to obey tho writ olluxliou corpus ll5 Do you npprovi his reams now III re I niiiining In IIndiums H fugitive from jimtUe v 17 Do yon hollcve ho numnt to lie or tell I the truth when he publicly spited thus if in ilkted ho would never boeomu a lugltive from justice but would return to Kentucky tutu stand trial 1 II Do you think he ought to return to lKentucky now to stain Ills trial Y 1 IV IIf you arc elected governor will you obey the constitution unit laws of the state T 20 Do you bulleve the constitution of the lrnitud Hiiitos is the supreme law of the land 1 Do you believe that the following Is a current quotation of Subsection 2 Section Article IV constitution of the U8 Airy person charged III tiny state with treason J i felony or any ether crimes wile shall tee Irma lustlco rued be found III another htate shall on demand of the oxecutivc authority 1 of the state from which ho tied bo given up to bo removed to the state having1 Jurisdlii I lion of the crime tL 23 If this bu correct quotation why did you as n member of the republican couveu lion M Philadelphia at iv mooting of the I Kentucky delegation of republicans up prove n resolution commending and praii lug toy Mount of Indiana fur deliberately violating this lawr These are a fOIl only a sample of the in qulrles which tho people of the state will Ilk you to answer You are a courteous KtfiUltmun tad wilt ifo doubt oblige them by Nth Dud Khali we sayI it P satifactory nnswcrs W 1 Walton in Stanford Jour mil I am in ti position unit i can not i ho at homo nil tho timo but when i11- X am ut homo I stay until I do all1 4 1 lenamng thnt is loft at my oflieo So bring your legate OH clocks sow ropairoil aSood stylo Yuu can leave goods at my homo Guarantee satisfaction J T GKVKOOX i t O5cpT4 tokI I w r 1 1 00 A i l l i i f Ii mnSII route between hero nnd Campion has boon chnngod wo recoivo tho Lexington Morning Herald on tho sumo day it is printed and those who watt a daily paper fresh ovory day should avail of this and take tho Morning Horald Wo club iit with our paper Seo ad on last pago of our paper and como in to day with your subscription crIabort Knshwho lies boon clork I ing for II F Iioratt for somo limn peat is now working for Toni Clay on Rod rivor in the timbor heal ness still holds tho position of in specter of some kind ufudgo Whcolor will loavo to marvels lridny for Morgan Bounty to survey forT G Trimble of Mt Stoning tho Miles Kash farm lying on IMackwator bolow aol TO CURL A CO1I IN OXK 1AV ITnko Liixntivo Hrnino Quinine Tablet All dnicRistsI refund money if it foil to cure 2 V Thogemihio Iins L 15 Q 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